The aborted tour was supposed to bring some relief to former Yugoslavia and to tennis fans starved of competition.
Grigor Dimitrov has become the latest tennis player to test positive for coronavirus after competing on the Adria Tour.
The RFU is conducting a review into the song and its use by supporters given the shaper focus brought about by the Black Lives Matter movement.
After a 100-day hiatus, the 2019/20 Premier League season finally kicked off again on Wednesday.With new restrictions and protocol in place due to coronavirus measures, and people’s minds on the Black Lives Matter protestss, the game has had to adjust for Project Restart.Aston Villa hosted Sheffield United at Villa Park in the day’s early kick-off, with Arsenal’s visit to the Etihad Stadium to play hosts Manchester City following on afterwards.With no fans in the stadium, and social distancing in place, this was the Premier League’s version of “the new normal”.READ MORE: Premier League footballer applauds 'energy and passion' of Black Lives Matter protestsREAD MORE: Football team changes sponsor and shirt names to honour front line workers
The England and Manchester United footballer said he was 'concerned' over the response he received from work and pensions secretary Therese Coffey.
England and Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford said: "Political affiliations aside, can we not all agree that no child should be going to be hungry?"
The two Brits hold all the heavyweight division’s belts, with Joshua in possession of the IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO titles, and Fury the WBC champion.
The 51-year-old suffered a brain injury while skiing in the French Alps with his family nearly seven years ago.
Nikita Parris apologises to Eniola Aluko for celebration with Mark Sampson, who was sacked for racist remarks in 2017.
Dan O’Hagan tweeted an image showing threatening emails he’d been sent had come from an address associated with Parliament.
According to the Olympic Charter, 'no kind of demonstration or political, religious or racial propaganda is permitted in any Olympic sites, venues or other areas'.
In the video, posted on Monday, Sammy asks those who used the term to explain themselves. “So, recently I discovered a word that I was being called was not what it actually meant I need some answers,” he says. I thought, 'hey, teammates are happy.
Ellis Genge has responded furiously after an interview he conducted with the BBC was published with teammate Lewis Ludlam's image.
The IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight champion was referring to the speech he made at the Black Lives Matter protest in Watford on Saturday.
England and Aston Villa defender Tyrone Mings hailed the positivity of the Black Lives Matter movement as he attended a march in Birmingham on Thursday.
With the coronavirus pandemic keeping athletes away from the pitch, Marcus Rashford has been using the time to help his local community, including feeding 2.8 million children.
Portuguese football club Porto changed the sponsorship and names on their shirts to honour medical workers in their home country.